Hotel Restaurant Alexandros
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... 600000 euro a year for up keep. The pipe organ is again fantastic and is relatively new, with a mirror placed so that you can see the organist. He was playing when we walked into the church, the acoustics were awesome. The music enveloped us as we walked around the church. Then down to the Rhine river for a stroll along the path before wandering back into town for a coffee. We then ...
... Many of the natural wonders are being like coral reefs in the Maldives and Thailand are being destroyed through tourism and human waste and guests are becoming more and more demanding. They aren't willing to spend more money, but want more services. Competition with other hotels and environmental concerns are other factors which will also have a big part to play in the future.
Now I just have to regurgitate all this information in German!
Today we woke up and had another good breakfast of fresh picked cherries. Then we had to say goodbye to Elisabeth because she was going on a business trip. Raphael then drove Tim and I to Karlsruhe. We were playing at the Konzerthaus in Karlsruhe. It was a very magnificent place and many famous orchestras had played there as well. After rehearsal Raphael picked Tim and I back up and drove us home. We then again went to the lake and played some football. Jürgen also got Tim and I ...
Today we woke up and met out host mother Elisabeth and had an amazing breakfast of bread and apricots. We also had fresh picked cherries. We then went back to Landau and practiced for our concert at Jugendstil-Festhalle in Landau. We practiced for 4 hours and then left for the Chief Mayor's house in Landau. When we arrived there he greeted all of us and praised us for coming and ...
Well I would be lying if I didn't say that the last two weeks were a bit ****. Bureaucracy in Germany is definitely worse than anywhere else I've seen. When I applied for my Canadian Visa in Australia, it came within two months no questions asked. When I applied for new bank accounts, a job and a SIN number in Canada it was painfree and even flying into Germany was a breeze on a tourist visa. But every step since then has been hard work.
This is the point I ...
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